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- True 76. Skyscraper construction was made possible by the elevator and Iron-frame construction. - True 77. The laws of the Indles only consider site selection. - True 78. GG271OC focuses on urban historical geography. - True 79. The fortified stronghold (or burgh) is a distinctive morphological element of medieval urban centres in central Europe. - True 80. Important colonial cities were typically located along or near water (oceans, lakers, rivers). - True 81. The Romans introduces apartments and suburbs. - True 82. The “zone of transition” contains older neighbourhoods, public housing, and apartment buildings. - True 83. The concept of “nuclear urbanism” maintains that cities develop concurrently and independently in several different areas.
GG271OC – PRACTICE EXAM 8 © Marinel Mandres, 2017 - True 84. The Romans Borrowed urban ideas from the Etruscans. - True 85. The “forum” was located in the centre of Roman cities. - True 86. The “colonia” is not considered to be a type of Roman settlement. - False 87. The Ancient Greeks introduced public space as an element or urban form. - True 88. Toronto is the most populated city in both Ontario and Canada. - True 89. Site refers to a city’s absolute location while “situation” refers to a city’s relative location. - True 黄色是一个人做的,红色是一个人做的, /3 是一个人做的,【是一个人做的。 画下划( _________ )线是最终答案。 GG271 Final 1.Along which river were the earliest settlements in New France established? St. Maurice St. Louis St. Lawrence/3 None of the above 2.What was the primary site requirement for pre-industrial cities? Access to food Access to water Access to transportation networks/3 Access to communication networks 3.Which process is associated with the formation of “edge cities”? Decentralization of residential suburbs/3
GG271OC – PRACTICE EXAM 9 © Marinel Mandres, 2017 Decentralization of manufacturing facilities Decentralization of commercial and office districts Decentralization of social services 4.Which ancient civilization first used the Hippodamian grid to plan their cities? The Phoenicians The Romans/3 The Greeks The Vikings 5.Which aspect of town planning is not addressed by the Laws of the Indies? Site selection From and orientation of the central plaza Building location Tourist attractions/3 6.Where did the first urban settlements emerge? Mesoamerica Mesopotamia/3 Indus Valley Nile Valley 7.Which dimension of residential segregation has experienced the greatest change in recent years? S ocial status (education, occupation, income) E thnic status/ 3 Family status (household type) Tenure status (renter or owner) 8. What does the term “urban morphology” not refer to? A city’s physical form A city’s physical shape/3 A city’s physical structure A cit y’s physical archit ecture 9.How did successive urban transport modes alter land-use patterns within cities? They facilitated industrial development They facilitated functional specialization within the Central Business District (CBD) They facilitated residential development They facilitated all of the above /3 10.Which theory does not explain the origin of medieval cities in Europe?

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